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Roast Profile:Roasted for EspressoRoasted for FilterOmniroasted for both filter and espresso
Does this include caffeine?No, this product is either decaffeinated or 100% caffeine-free
Is this coffee available pre-ground?Yes, pre-ground options available
Colombia Popayan Reserve Sugar Cane Decaf Coffee
This decaf ticks all of the boxes; it has a great taste, a very low caffeine content (minimum 97% of caffeine is removed) and a lower carbon footprint than most other decaffeination methods.
The coffee is grown at selected farms in the Popayan region of Colombia to the usual high quality we expect of this area. The first stage of processing takes place in Popayan before the coffee is transported slightly further north to Caldas for decaffeination.
The ethyl acetate (EA) decaf method uses sugar cane, which is a plentiful resource in Colombia, and water to create a natural ethanol. This is combined with acetic acid to form the EA which is then used to remove caffeine from the coffee beans which have been steam treated in preparation. The coffee isn’t exposed to excessive temperatures as with other methods, which allows it to retain much of its original flavour and sweetness.
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Issue: With the continuing economic uncertainty that COVID and the cost-of-living crisis brings, many are tightening the purse strings and choosing cheaper alternatives. However...For more: Comunicaffe International
...Whilst the purse strings may need to tighten, a better quality home-brewed coffee or tea is still far less expensive than buying individual drinks on the go. Over the last few years, many have taken the opportunity to improve their home brewing skills, and now with the equipment and know-how to recreate that authentic coffee shop experience from home, are enjoying cheaper quality coffees. With cafe coffees costing anything from £2.50-4.00 each, and with a bag of 250g quality coffee costing between £7.00-12.50 and providing you with enough to achieve up to 15-35 brews per bag (depending on brew method and strength preferences), the savings and better quality coffee are both there to be enjoyed.
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